It may be freezing at the Winter Olympics, but the U.S. Women's bobsled team has the perfect solution to staying warm: dancing it out to Ayo and Teo's "Rolex."

U.S. bobsledder Jamie Greubel Poser posted a video of the team providing some smooth moves to the 2017 hip-hop track. Her teammates Aja Evans, Lauren Gibbs, and Elana Meyers Taylor are also tagged in the video that shows them dabbing with their guiding sticks and doing the infamous arm-swinging dance move popularized by Russell Horning a.k.a. the "Backpack Kid" from Katy Perry's "Swish Swish." They also did a leg-kicking move with their fists in the air.

According to Poser's tweet, the team was apparently waiting for their bus to head to the Olympic stadium in PyeongChang, South Korea when they decided to record the video. A video that was done in their spare time has now been viewed more than 38,000 times. Not too bad for a day's work.

Outside of watching the clip, people also made sure to tweet Poser about the video. "Looks like a party," tweeted one. "Felt the weather go up 3 degrees after those moves!" tweeted another.

We're not saying we need a Cool Runnings remake starring these women, but, well, we're totally saying that. Although NBC is only airing the four-man competition live, viewers can still catch the U.S. Women's bobsledding team in action on Feb. 21 sometime between 8 to 11 p.m. EST on the network.